Crime Alerts and News

Crime Statistics

The Fridley Police Department issues a Weekly Status Report containing information on Part I and II crimes occurring in the City, as well as other incidents of interest.

Weekly Status Report for:

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Crime Map

View the monthly crime map for burglaries, damage to property, thefts from vehicle and vehicle theft.

 

 

 

Burglary 600 Block Ironton St N.E.

Between 8:00pm on September 29th and 9:15pm on September 30th a residence was burglarized in the 600 block fo Ironton St NE.  pdfClick Here484.96 KB for full Crime Alert. 

Burglary 1200 block Hillwind Rd N.E.

On 10/3/2014 between 8:00am and 2:45pm there was a burglary at a residence in the 1200 block fo Hillwind Rd NE.  pdfClick Here 511.29 KB for full Crime Alert.

Join Neighbors & Public Safety at NextDoor

Neighborhood Watch Goes Digital

In this age of instant, digital communications, the Fridley Police want to make sure we are using every resource at our disposal to keep neighborhoods safe and connected. We are taking the next step in that effort.

Introducing Nextdoor.com!

What is Nextdoor.com?

This is a social network specifically designed for neighborhoods, and an excellent platform for police and other safety officials to communicate directly with residents.

What does it cost?

Nothing! It is free for both residents and the Police Department.

Why should I sign up?

Currently, crime alerts are notices are sent from the Police to neighborhood block captains by phone call, flyer or email. Then the captains contact neighbors. This takes time. Using Nextdoor allows for instant, two-way communication. It will improve citywide and neighbor-to-neighbor communications and help all of us build safer communities.

Is it safe/private?

Nextdoor was specifically designed to make neighbors feel comfortable sharing information with one another. All members must verify that they live within the neighborhood. Information shared on Nextdoor is password-protected and cannot be accessed by those outside the neighborhood or found on search engines. Neighborhoods establish and self-manage their own Nextdoor websites and the Police Department will not be able to access residents’ websites, contact information, or content, but will be able to post safety tips, crime alerts and other important information to Nextdoor websites within the city.

How do I sign up?

Please join your neighbors and the Fridley Police Department in building a stronger, safer Fridley today. Those interested in joining their neighborhood’s Nextdoor website can visit www.nextdoor.com and enter their address.

 

Multilingual Videos for Driving Safety

New Multilingual Videos for Driving Safety

Important information and resources about safe driving available in four languages

SAINT PAUL, Minn., April 2, 2014

 Traffic crashes are the leading cause of death for Minnesotans under the age of 35. Approximately 95% of all crashes are related to driver error or inattention and half of the people killed on Minnesota’s roads each year are not buckled up. With summer coming and more people being on the roads, it is important to know how to keep yourself and others safe.

To provide information and resources on driving safety, ECHO (Emergency, Community, Health, and Outreach), in partnership with AAA, Minnesota Department of Health, Minnesota Sheriffs’ Association, Minnesota Safety Council, and Iowa-Illinois Safety Council, have created three multilingual television programs. These programs are designed to educate and address the issues of distracted driving, impaired driving, speeding, seatbelts, and child safety seats.

Stay Focused: Don’t Drive Distracted

Dangers of Impaired Driving and Speeding, and Stay Safe with Seat Belts and Safety Seats will broadcast in four languages (Basic English, Spanish, Hmong, and Somali) to help inform the diverse communities in the Twin Cities and Greater Minnesota areas. The programs will premiere Monday, April 28 at 8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., and Monday, May 5 at 9 p.m. on tpt’s Minnesota Channel 2-2 (Comcast 202 or 243 and Charter 396, depending on location), on public stations across Minnesota, and online at www.echominnesota.org/aaa.

ECHO and the AAA will also be distributing free DVDs of this program to the community. Community members and service providers can request a DVD by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. For more information on broadcast times or program information, please visit www.echominnesota.org.

About ECHO

ECHO’s mission is to collaborate with diverse communities to deliver programs and services that help people be healthy, contribute, and succeed. Visit echominnesota.org for more information.

Media Contacts

Gail Weinholzer, Director of Public Affairs, AAA Minnesota/Iowa, 952.707.4985, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Lauren Rimestad, Marketing & Development Director, ECHO Minnesota, 651.789.4337, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.